4/6 Part 4. David Quantick and Karen Krizanovich argue over Madonna.
Chris Hawkins presents back to back music without the chat, plus exclusive BBC sessions.
Bow Wow Wow recorded in 1980 plus Mary Gauthier and Iain Matthews and Southern Comfort.
25/52 A look back at the mid-to-late 1960s, when musicians wanted to be taken seriously.
The Hawk delivers early morning music and chat to the early risers of the world (unite).
Your Middle Age Shout Outs and a poem from Murray Lachlan Young to round off the week.
Lauren has Tim Burgess live in session, plus the Friday Film Club.
Mark Radcliffe chats to Sean Rowe, a singer-songwriter from New York.
Lammo goes playlist free for the last hour as we open up the Friday Free for All.
Tom has a guest mix from producer and songwriter Toro Y Moi.
Canada's electro ambassador Tiga takes over the 6 Mix.
Andy Votel joins Stuart Maconie with a selection of husband and wife music-making duos.
Featuring Johnny Marr, Stephen Street, Frank Skinner, Dropkick Murphys and Nai Palm.
Chris Hawkins presents The Fugees at Brixton Academy, London in 1996.
Judee Sill recorded live in 1973, plus Betty and The Werewolves and Joan Armatrading.
26/52 Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.
A great mix of music for the weekend, including a featured album by The Strokes.
Saturday 26 January 2013